Protecting Your Child’s Health with Dr. Ruth Etzel

CHE-Alaska Webinar: April 28, 2021 Children's behavior and biology leave them uniquely susceptible to harm from toxic chemicals commonly found in our natural and built environment. This results in childhood illness and death as well as adverse health effects later in life. Join us on April 28, at 9:00 AM (10:00 AM Pacific Time) for

Plastics, Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals and Health: Findings of a New Joint Report of the Endocrine Society and IPEN

CHE-Alaska Webinar: March 31, 2021 You can listen to a recording here. Plastics, and the endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) they contain, pose a significant, global public health threat. Exposure to EDCs can be linked with human diseases and conditions including cancer, diabetes, reproductive disorders, neurodevelopmental impairment, and immune system suppression.  The report from the Endocrine Society and

Promoting Equity and Health: A Model from an Indigenous-led Marine-Science Laboratory

CHE-Alaska Webinar: Recorded on February 24, 2021 Colonialism and its long history continue to have far reaching and negative consequences, including exploitation and destruction of lands, cultures, and peoples. Colonialism has also corrupted science and scientific methods. On February 24 we spoke with Dr. Max Liboiron about anticolonial science and how anticolonial research and research methods can foster understanding, work in partnership with communities, and promote equity in science and society